We ship through the United States Post Office via Priority Mail, Parcel Post and Express Mail when requested. Because we fill most orders within 24 hours during the business week, we are able ship in the most cost effective method. Statistically the USPS will deliver most orders within a just few business days. This does not include delays by the USPS, delays by the USPS are out of our control. i.e. if a package arrives after expected delivery. The USPS expected delivery date is an estimate. We also ship internationally, however international postage charges will not appear on your invoice until after your order has been packaged and weighed. Because of ever changing needs the CUSTOMER grants QUYLTE full right and privilege to change the shipping method.

Shipping Charges
Your cost for purchase of any product will include the estimated shipping and handling charges shown on your QUYLTE invoice. In some cases the actual postage may be higher than our estimate, in which case CUSTOMER agrees to allow QUYLTE to collect the difference. CUSTOMER grants full right and privilege to QUYLTE to charge the CUSTOMER the difference between the estimated shipping charges on the invoice and the actual USPS Window charge. However, your original shipping fees are non-refundable in the case of a returned product. Those fees are paid for the services provided by and to the original carrier, and will not be refunded to you if your item is returned for a refund to QUYLTE in accordance with our return policy.

Risk of Loss or delay of delivery
QUYLTE will arrange for shipment of ordered product(s) to the Customer, meaning title to the product(s) and risk of loss passes to the Customer upon delivery to the carrier. reserves a purchase money security interest in the product(s) until its receipt of the full amount due. Customer agrees to allow to sign appropriate documents on Customer's behalf to permit to protect its purchase money security interest. will advise Customer of estimated shipping dates by e-mail via STAMPS.COM, but will, under no circumstances, be responsible for delays in delivery, and associated damages, due to events beyond its reasonable control, including without limitation, acts of God or public enemy, acts of federal, state or local government, fire, floods, civil disobedience, strikes, lockouts, and freight embargoes.